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Well Pump Repair, Installation Services in Beacon

D. Rohde Heating, Plumbing & AC is always ready to have our friendly and professional technicians install or replace a well pump on your property in Beacon, NY. Along with installation services, we also provide inspections, testing, and repair services for existing wells in the area.

Well Pump Installation Services

If you are building a home, need a replacement well pump, or want a new well on your land, we can install a well pump right the first time.  Our professional technicians can help you decide on the right well pump for your property if you don’t already have one in mind.

Hand Pumps: A hand pump is a well pump that works manually.  You must pump the water up to a pipe by hand to get it to flow.  These pumps are great for people with hobby farms, animals, gardens, and extensive landscaping.  If you like to work outdoors in the summer, they are also a convenience.

Submersible Pumps: A submersible pump is a pump that we install inside your well.  This type of pump is great for deep wells.  You may also choose a submersible style pump because you don’t want well equipment above your well.  A submersible pump is a good pump for how long they last, but if they need repairs, it can be more involved than doing repairs on a jet pump.

Jet Pumps: The single drop jet pump is used for shallow wells and sits above the well.  If your well is less than 25 feet in depth, a single drop pump in a well house may be ideal for your property.  This type of pump works by drawing water into a pipe.   The water goes through a jet, which allows it to flow fast.

A double drop jet pump works the same way as a single drop pump, but the jet component is in the well.  This style of well pump is better for deeper wells.

Well Pump Maintenance and Repair

Well pump maintenance is one of our specialties at D. Rohde Heating & Plumbing.  If your well isn’t performing well, or you need an annual check-up, call us to have your well inspected and tested.  We can make sure that you have safe water with good pressure.

Inspections: Our water pump inspections consist of visual checks, checking to make sure your wellhead is sealed properly, and inspection the actual well pump itself.   If we find that your well is compromised and not sealed properly, we can sanitize the well and do a water test to make sure that the water isn’t contaminated.

Water Testing: A water test is useful because it shows you exactly what is in your well water.  Even if you don’t think your well water is contaminated, it is good to have it tested periodically to make sure you don’t have bacteria or other things in your water that don’t cause a huge difference in the way your water tastes, looks, or smells.  On the other hand, you may have a problem with your well water that you notice and need testing to make sure that it is still healthy.  Whatever we find on your test results, we can help you find solutions.

Flow Testing: A flow test is simply measuring the water output and comparing it to guidelines.  Your well pump should produce a certain amount of water per minute.  If it is underperforming, our technicians can make the adjustments or repairs needed to get it back to proper levels of output.

Repair Services: If your well needs repair services, we can come and fix your well pump on your property so that you have good quality water pressure again.  Don’t hesitate to call us right away if you notice a murky or muddy substance in the water from your faucets.  We will assess the situation and determine why your water has sediments or other contaminants coming into your home.

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